My understanding of curve25519 is that a key is derived solely from Alice's private key and Bob's public key and that curve25519 will always yield the same shared secret $K_s$ for the same keys. Now, ...
I've recently been looking at how to do perfect forward secrecy on a unidirectional connection (server can only push messages to client, client cannot respond). What I've come up with is the idea of ...
What are the potential security impacts of using CRAM-MD5 for Emails, when not using an SSL connection?
Background: My current server-provider tells me it's no problem to store the passwords in plain-text in the database, saying he has to do so because they use CRAM-MD5 for email authentication. But ...
In the Secure Remote Password Protocol, the verifier must be stored on the server. In the case of a server compromise, an attacker could obtain these verifiers. If nobody reused passwords, this ...